Pakistan, home to a population of almost 200 million people, rich in culture and exotic places for tourism has faded under the dark clouds of terrorism and

17 Astonishing Places You Wouldn’t Believe Are In Pakistan

Where are the tourists? This must lead to the Niagara Falls? This peach of a view is from the Neelam Valley, Kashmir. One of the better tourist ranges in Pakistan, this valley is a long bow-shaped, deeply forested region.

Pakistan, home to a population of almost 200 million people, rich in culture and exotic places for tourism has faded under the dark clouds of terrorism and

17 Astonishing Places You Wouldn’t Believe Are In Pakistan

Attabad Lake in Pakistan. Attabad Lake, Gojal, also known as Gojal Lake, is a lake in the Gojal Valley of northern Pakistan created in January 2010 by a landslide dam.

visitheworld:    The walls of Rohtas Fort in Punjab, Pakistan (by vecchiostile75).

travel-lusting: Rohtas Fort, Punjab, Pakistan Should be going there soon Insha’Allah, about time.

Photograph Close Up of Tan Brown Wicker Furniture Weaver's Hand by HenaTayebPhotography, $15.00

Photograph Bohek Close Up of Tan Brown Wicker Furniture Weaver's Man's Hand Fingers Middle Eastern Vertical Art Print Pakistan Home Decor

Pakistan, home to a population of almost 200 million people, rich in culture and exotic places for tourism has faded under the dark clouds of terrorism and

17 Astonishing Places You Wouldn’t Believe Are In Pakistan

The magical waters from the Chronicles of Narnia? This is the exotic Ghizer River in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. Wrapped around lush, green and pleasant landscapes, Ghizer is a diamond in the dirt.

Rasmalai -Bengali Sweet - Soft Paneer (chenna) Tikki in Creamy Malai Rabri - Indian Dessert Recipe

Rasmalai

'Rasmalai' - A Bengali sweet of soft Paneer (Chenna) tikki in creamy malai-rabri - Indian Dessert Recipe

Omar Hayat Palace, Pakistan. Omar Hayat Palace is a five story building which stands in the heart of the city. Two upper stories were removed in 1993 due to heavy rainfall and storms which may have affected the adjoining buildings. It is a great tourist attraction for both local and foreign visitors.

Hearts in Architecture

NYT Cooking: Samosas are popular snacks in Pakistan, India and elsewhere. The delicious fried parcels are often sold on the street, but the best ones are made at home. You can make the flavorful potato filling in advance if you wish. The highly seasoned potatoes can be served on their own as a side dish. Ajwain seed, a spice with a thyme-like flavor, is available from south Asi...

Pakistani Potato Samosas

Samosas are popular snacks in Pakistan, India and elsewhere The delicious fried parcels are often sold on the street, but the best ones are made at home You can make the flavorful potato filling in advance if you wish

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